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The political raree-show: or a picture of parties and politics, during and at the close of the last session of Parliament, June 1779

The political raree-show: or a picture of parties and politics, during...

Print shows a man directing a boy to view a peepshow of events and actions of the British government, as well as international affairs involving England. The peepshow presents 12 views in three columns; number ... more

Volunteers
To the independent voters of Washington City! You have been earnestly invoked to mingle party politics in the mayoralty election ... [Signed] An old citizen. [Washington, 5 June, 1852].

To the independent voters of Washington City! You have been earnestly ...

Dated in manuscript. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 200, Folde... more

Ager vs. information Young America politics.

Ager vs. information Young America politics.

Illustrations showing (1) a stranger interviews an Illinois native about Abraham Lincoln and the native goes into an "ager shake" (malarial chills); and (2) children discuss whom their fathers will vote for in ... more

Prospectus for publishing at Concord. N. H. a weekly newspaper, to be entitled the Democratic senrinel, devoted to politics, literature and general intelligence ... John B. Palmer, Concord. N. H., May 1, 1863.

Prospectus for publishing at Concord. N. H. a weekly newspaper, to be ...

Prospectus. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 94, Folder 7.

Romish politics - anything to beat Grant / Th. Nast.

Romish politics - anything to beat Grant / Th. Nast.

Caricature of "Irish Roman Catholic invader", who is telling Horace Greeley: "The Y.M.C.A. want the Bible in the public school, assuming that this is a Christian country. We want the Priest, the Brother, and th... more

Bottled politics / J. Keppler.

Bottled politics / J. Keppler.

Print shows two old men, one of whom may be Uncle Sam holding a glass, sitting at a table in a saloon, on which is a large bottle of alcohol labeled "Regulated Ohio Brand", on a shelf behind them are other bott... more

Politics makes strange wheel-fellows / C.J. Taylor.

Politics makes strange wheel-fellows / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows Grover Cleveland and Thomas B. Reed riding down the "Sound-Money Road" on a bicycle built for two, with tires labeled "Gold Standard", and honking horns labeled "Ki-Yi Gun" at a small dog labeled "S... more

Arising from the turbulent sea of politics / C.J. Taylor.

Arising from the turbulent sea of politics / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows a fashionably dressed young woman with long ribbons labeled "Greater New York" standing on a floating shell on "Political Waters" with Thomas C. Platt and Richard Croker as mermaids. Title from item... more

"Politics makes strange bedfellows" / Dalrymple.

"Politics makes strange bedfellows" / Dalrymple.

Print shows the ghost of the British Lion reacting with fear at finding an "Irish American" and a "German American" in a bed labeled "Anti Anglo-American Alliance". Title from item. Illus. from Puck, v. 45, no.... more

Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics -- what's the matter with these? / Keppler.

Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics -- what's the matter with th...

Illustration shows Puck pointing to a group portrait of Matthew Quay, standing on the left, Richard Croker, seated in center, and Thomas Collier Platt, standing on the right. Puck is asking Arthur Twining Hadle... more

Politics makes strange bed-fellows

Politics makes strange bed-fellows

Political caricature of Bryan sleeping in "National Democratic Bed," crowded with African American and others. Illus. in: Judge, 1900 Oct. 20. Reference copy may be in BIOG FILE - Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-... more

In diplomatic circles.  Mr. Tagg is fascinated by Washington society and decides to go into politics : he enjoys a vision of himself at the Court of Saint James

In diplomatic circles. Mr. Tagg is fascinated by Washington society a...

Drawing shows reception in Washington, D.C., for visiting diplomats who are attended by fashionably dressed, attractive women; one man, Mr. Tagg, imagines himself at the court of Saint James. Title from item. (... more

Advice to the mentally feeble --  keep out of politics

Advice to the mentally feeble -- keep out of politics

(DLC/PP-1935:0059). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: Life, 61:420-421 (Feb. 27, 1913).

Who dares talk 1920 politics? This is 1918!

Who dares talk 1920 politics? This is 1918!

(DLC/PP-1932:0042). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: New York Herald, April 28, 1918, p. 5.

The people who spoke to me were earnest souls, with an idealism which seemed to lift them above party politics

The people who spoke to me were earnest souls, with an idealism which ...

Title on verso. (DLC/PP-1934:0068). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "Some People I Met In America" by Philip Gibbs, Harper's magazine, 139:461 (Sept. 1919).

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